Join us for the Fete de la Musique festival this Saturday the 21st of June in Brisbane CBD. Ekstasis will be performing @ Queen St Mall 10:30am Saint John's Cathedral 12:15pm and Roma Street Station Concourse Platform 2. at 2:30pm. See you there!
Presented by Graeme Hyland. Indulge your love of classical music with Compact Classics on Mondays 8-10pm. Will feature an interview with Rachel Merton.
Willoughby Symphony presents INSPIRED BEGINNINGS ON The Concourse, Conducted by STEPHEN MOULD with Guest Soloist BRENDA JONES Saturday 16 November, 7pm Sunday 17 November, 2pm Pre-Concert Talk: 50 minutes prior to each performance The Concourse – Concert Hall 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood Beethoven: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage 2013 Fine Music 102.5/Willoughby Symphony Young Composer Award Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor Mendelssohn: Die erste Walpurgisnacht Stephen Mould, the Chair of Operatic Studies at the Conservatorium of Music returns to conduct the final concert for 2013. Brenda Jones who has previously appeared with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Australian Chamber Orchestra will perform Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2, written by Chopin at 20 years of age. Die erste Walpurgisnacht was composed when Mendelssohn was only 22 and is considered one of the most beautiful and lyrical works for orchestra and choir. This spectacular event includes the presentation of the 2013 Fine Music 102.5/Willoughby Symphony Young Composer Award.
Open Rehearsal to interested musicians and supporters who would like to become performing members and committee members. Have a play, maybe you will stay! :)
Sounds Like: Erik Satie, Debussy, Peter Sculthorpe, Kabalevsky, Zoe Keating
Bio: Brisbane based composer, Rachel Merton (b.1984) began studying composition from 12 years of age at the Young Conservatorium of Music. Merton studied with Stephen Leek for 5 years, right through to her Bachelor of Music in Composition with Dr Stephen Cronin, which she received in 2005 at the Queen...See Full Bio